Best Luxury Resort in Dharamshala
- Best Luxury Resort in Dharamshala
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Dharmshala, the residence of the 14th Dalai Lama, also known as "The Little Lahasa of India," is now a popular mountain getaway for tourists from all over India. This city has a lot to offer, from historic landmarks to the infamous cricket stadium. The cedar forests are designed to attract tourists from all over the country.
Dev Bhoomi Farms & Cottages , one of the best Luxury resorts in Dharamshala, has a lot to offer to the tourists with varied interests. For nature lovers there are abundant places to explore the wilderness by doing paragliding, trekking or camping with view of the spectacular waterfalls, charming views of the landscape, valley, tea gardens etc. For tourists with interests in the Tibetan culture and Buddhism Dharamshala is the ideal place to visit in India with Buddhist temples, museums, monasteries etc. For tourists with interests in Hinduism there are a lot of temples which can be visited. For the lovers of Sports Dharamshala is the home to one of the Largest cricket grounds in the world and Various Adventure Sports. One of the boutique hotels in Dharamshala, Dev Bhoomi Farms, lets guests experience the surrounding natural beauty.
This Luxury resort in Dharamshala offers you stunning Mountain View cottages that surround you, the sound of water flowing throughout the property soothes you and the fresh mountain air rejuvenates you.
Dev Bhoomi Farms & Cottages, not only offers excellent services, sumptuous meals but also some mind-boggling mountain views. This is one of the best Luxury resorts in Dharmshala, allowing you to relax and unwind for a few days in the tranquility of the hills.
Each guest is paid individual attention and personalized services is provided to each guest at this Boutique resort in Dharamshala which not only impresses the guests with unparalleled services but adds another dimension of luxury in the overall experience. This boutique resort, draws guests in with its beautiful views and warm welcome.
Rooms at the resort have simple yet stunning decor and offer views of the valleys below and the vast blue sky. One of Dharamshala's most elegant hotels, Dev Bhoomi Farms & Cottages, lets guests experience the surrounding natural beauty. While you choose Dharamshala for a luxury vacation, you’ll need to choose a good hotel for a comfortable stay. Choose this property for a very private and luxurious experience.
Taking in the panoramic view outside while sipping a cup of tea or coffee might be the ideal experience. We do home style cooked fresh food for guests. We do some dishes from the local cuisine as well like the “Kangri Dham Thali”.
A few other attractions in and around Dharamshala are mentioned here. (The list in itself is not exhaustive and various other attractions are also there)
Triund is at the foot of the Dhauladhar ranges and is at a height of 2,828 m. Triund is one of the most popular trekking spots in India and it is absolutely worth it because of the refreshing walks amongst the Rhododendron and Oak forest. One can see the mighty Dhauladhar ranges just above the eyes. This is the base camp and climatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahara point in the Mt. Dhauladhar.. It can be done from either McLeodganj or Dharamkot, which is 2km ahead of McLeodganj. Triund usually remains open till 31st December and up to 1st week of January sometimes. It depends on how much snow has fallen in the beginning of the winter season and around those dates. Once Triund trek closes in January it open late February or early March. The trek is moderate nature. Triund is a large land of green grass and pasture like. One can see the mighty Dhauladhar ranges just above the eyes. This is the base camp and climatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahara point in the Mt. Dhauladhar.
Dal Lake is a small mid-altitude lake (1,775 m above sea level) near the village of Tota Rani in Kangra district (Himachal Pradesh) in northern India. The name 'Dal Lake' is taken from Kashmir's Dal Lake. Every year during the month of September, a huge number of tourists flock to the Dal Lake to attain famous festival celebrated to mark the presence of Lord Shiva. The banks of the Dal Lake in Himachal Pradesh are livened up by a fair, which is attended by a big number of the Gaddi tribe in the month of September every year. The area around Dal Lake is a natural paradise. Dal Lake falls on the road to Naddi, one of the finest places in Dharamshala.
The Bhagsu Falls are situated 2 km away from McLeodganj. Set amidst lush greenery and nature in its most pristine form, these falls are majestic and grand and should not be missed by all tourists travelling here. This place is spread over a vast expanse of land and it takes around 4-5 hours to explore this region. Trekking is a good option and there are a few cafes near this region where tourists can find light refreshments.
The smallest tea region of India, Dharamshala has beautifully lined and organized tea gardens across the Kangra Valley. It is known for its good quality tea and is available for purchase in many shops across Dharamshala and Mcleodganj.
Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, abbreviated as the HPCA Stadium, is a picturesque cricket stadium located in the city of Dharamshala. The town of Dharamsala is best known internationally as the home of the Dalai Lama of Tibet. The stadium served as the home ground for the Himachal Pradesh cricket team for Ranji Trophy matches and other domestic matches. The stadium also hosted some IPL matches as a home stadium for Kings XI Punjab. The picturesque venue is unique in India as it is situated at an altitude of 1,457 m above the sea level and has the snow-capped Himalayan mountains in the background. Besides the cricket field there are numerous food stalls and bustling streets. Besides the cricket field there are numerous food stalls on bustling streets.
Bir Billing is located 70 km. from Dharamshala. Billing is situated north of Bir at the distance of 14 kms. on the way to the Thamsar Pass trek, which is leading to Bada Bhangal, tribal region of Himachal Pradesh. Bir is mainly a Buddhist town and houses a monastery and a Tibetan handicraft center. Bir Billing is a Paragliding destination in the heart of Himalaya’s near famous tourist destination Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. Bir Billing Hosted Paragliding World cup in 2015. Bir Billing provides the option of Paragliding, Trekking to Himachali tribal villages, Mountain Biking, Angling and Camping.
The Dalai Lama Temple, also known as Tsuglakhang Temple, is a politico-religious centre in Dharamsala. Ideal for peaceful meditation and religious rumination, the temple is full of lamas at all points of the day chanting on prayer wheels or beads. Popular for its beautiful setting, the temple complex has become a revered pilgrimage site for the Buddhists. In addition to this, peaceful environs attract tourists from all over the world. The temple complex is kept open from sunrise to sunset for the visitors to explore the peaceful ambiance of the surroundings. Across the Dalai Lama Temple courtyard visitors can find Namgyal Monastery.
With artifacts and manuscripts that date back to the 12th century, the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives is one the pioneering institutions in the study and research of Buddhism. With as many as 80,000 manuscripts, 600 Buddhist artifacts including beautifully crafted silk applique thangkas and a three dimensional, wood carved mandala of the Avalokiteshwara, one of the most revered and compassionate Bodhisattva in Buddhism. With an air of peace and serenity descending upon people who visit the museum, it is indeed a calming experience to visitors of this offbeat museum in India.
The Bajreshwari Devi Temple is a popular Hindu pilgrimage site in Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh behind the crowded market of Kangra Town. It is said to be constructed by Goddess Bajreshwari itself at a place where once the famous Ashwamedh or horse-sacrifice took place. The temple stands high and proves its presence by the echoing sounds of its huge bells. The annual Makar Sankranti festival is celebrated at this temple with great pomp and show.
In the valleys of Kangra, burn the nine eternal flames of the Jwala Devi Mandir which attracts Hindu pilgrims from all over India. Also known as Jwala Ji, this mighty temple is situated 34 km south of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh and 51 km from Dharamshala. The temple is dedicated to Jwala Devi, a form of the Holy Goddess herself. This is a novel temple which does not have an idol.It is believed that the Goddess resides in the holy flames of the temple which miraculously burns day and night without any fuel from outside.
St. John in the Wilderness, built in 1852, is one of the most important churches in Himachal Pradesh. Located near Dharamshala and on the way to Mcleodganj, this neo-gothic church was built in dedication to John the Baptist. Set amidst lush deodar forests, this peaceful edifice is known for its Belgian stained-glass windows.
Situated 40 kms from Kangra in Dharamsala on the Nagrota- Surian Link Road, Masroor Rock Cut Temple is an archaeological site which is currently in ruins. The complex is a combination of 15 rock cut temples designed in the Indo- Aryan style of architecture, believed to have been built in the 8th century (as per relics). Dedicated to the Hindu gods Shiva, Vishnu, Devi and Saura, the complex faces northeast, towards the Dhauladhar range.
This temple is located at a height of 1770 m above sea level. Surrounded by beautiful pools and lush greenery, this temple attracts a lot of devotees and tourists throughout the year. The pools around this temple are believed to be sacred and contain miraculous powers of healing. The temple was built by King Bhagsu and is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
The Kangra Museum is dedicated to the brilliant marvels of Tibetan and Buddhist artwork and their rich history. It is situated near the bus station of Dharamshala. Among the variety of its precious collectibles are jewelry, rare coin memorabilia, paintings, sculptures and pottery. The essence of tribal culture is beautifully reflected in the exquisite pieces of art on their culture.
The War Memorial in Dharamshala is situated in the pine forests near the main town and the journey itself to this place is totally worth it. There is the beautiful GPG College which was made during the British Era. This is the memorial which has been made at the entrance point to Dharamsala in the memory of those who fought for saving our motherland.
One of the most famous monasteries in Tibet, the Gyuto Monastery is known for its study of Tantric meditation, Tantric ritual arts and Buddhist philosophy. It was founded in Tibet in 1474 by the main disciple of the first Dalai Lama, Jetsun Kunga Dhondup. After the communist Chinese invasion in 1959, the monastery was re-established in India.
The monks here practice the major Tantric texts including Guhyasamaja, Chakrasamvara and Yamantaka. They have passed these lineages on to the younger generation of monks for more than 500 years.
The main chamber of the monastery has a majestic statue of the Buddha and with the backdrop of the snow-clad mountains, this is an extremely serene and peaceful place to spend an afternoon.
Norbulingka Institute was founded in 1988 for preserving Tibetan culture, literature and art. It was established by Dalai Lama and is named after Norbulingka, the summer residence of the Dalai Lamas in Lhasa, Tibet.
It has been built in traditional Tibetan style located amidst gardens and ponds. The main sections of the institute are the Academy of Tibetan Culture, Literary and Cultural Research Centre as well as the Centre of the Arts. The institute also has the Seat of Happiness Temple set amidst the Japanese inspired Norbulingka gardens. It is especially known for more than 1000 murals of Buddha, frescoes of all the Dalai Lamas and drawings from the life of the 14th Dalai Lama.
Visitors can go and explore the beautiful campus and witness first-hand the splendour of Tibetan art. Inside the campus is a nice cafeteria and restaurant offering fast food and authentic Tibetan cuisine.
Shri Chamunda Devi Mandir also known as Chamunda Nandikeshwar Dham is the temple located at just 19 km away from Palampur town in Dharamshala Tehsil. It is dedicated to Shri Chamunda Devi, a form of Goddess Durga. This is one of the most prominent temples in Himachal Pradesh and one of the most popular temples in all over India .The Chamunda Devi Temple has always been a major tourist attraction for anyone who visits Palampur. The temple attracts travellers from all parts of India, not only because there are a lot of spiritual legends attached to it, but also because the temple is ancient and its architecture, built in Himachali architecture.
Kareri lake is best known for being a trekking destination in the Dhauladhars. The lake remains frozen from early December to March–April. There is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shakti on a hilltop overlooking the lake..Kareri Lake (also known as Kumarwah Lake) is a high altitude, shallow, fresh water lake south of the Dhauladhar range approximately 9 km North West of Dharamsala in Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh. Its surface is 2934 metres above the sea level. Snow melting from the Dhauladhar range serves as the source of the lake and a stream, Nyund is the outflow. Since the source is fresh melting snow and the lake is shallow, water visibility is very high and in most places, the lake bed can be seen.
Dev Bhoomi Farms & Cottages is a luxurious boutique hotel. Influenced by indigenous architecture of Himachal Pradesh, the eco- luxury boutique hotel has been sustainably designed using locally sourced products like wood, bamboo, stone etc. Privacy of our guests is of utmost importance and personal attention to each and every guest is given. Our endeavour is to provide a feeling of home away from home with the comforts of a modern luxury hotel.